About Shonna Tuck

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      Shonna Tuck

Shonna Tuck M.A. S-LP reg. CASLPO

Shonna Tuck is a Speech‑Language Pathologist who has been in practice for more than 20 years years working with children and struggling with:

  • Receptive/Expressive language challenges
  • Social Communication: making and keeping friendships, social skills in the classroom
  • Speech sound delays/disorders- articulation, motor speech
  • Stuttering

She has particular expertise in helping vulnerable young children whose communication issues are related to attention disorders, sensory needs, autism, and executive functioning challenges.

She is the author of a new book entitled Getting From Me To We: How To Help Young Children Make And Keep Friends — (Pubisher: Woodbine House).

This book was written to help parents and professionals support young kids who are having trouble fitting in their classrooms, with connecting with their classmates and with children outside of school.


Registered with:


  • It Takes Two to Talk Program Instructor
  • More Than Words Program Instructor
  • Talkability Program Instructor
  • You Make the Difference Program Instructor
  • Certified Lidcombe Trained

Recipient of the Gold Ribbon Award for Connected Care at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario 2015.


  • Bachelors of Arts: University of Windsor 1987-1991
  • Master of Arts: Communication Disorders and Sciences Wayne State University 1994